Millie Court and Liam Reardon celebrate being crowned the winning couple (Picture: Matt Frost/ITV)
Love Island 2021 has finally come to an end after Liam Reardon and Millie Court were crowned champions in Monday night’s final.
Millie chose to split the money with her new boyfriend meaning they both leave the Love Island villa with a cool £25,000 each.
That’s not bad for a few weeks sat round the pool topping up the tan with your mates.
If you want a bit of that (and to find love, obviously) then you can start moving mad by applying for Love Island 2022.
How to apply for Love Island 2022
The 2021 series may have only just finished but producers are wasting no time in getting started for next year’s show.
Host Laura Whitmore confirmed the 2022 summer series will go ahead and it’s not yet known if a winter edition will take place before then.
Applications for the next series are already open and those wishing to apply should complete the registration form on the ITV website.
At this stage, people can just register their interest in being on the show if they meet the eligibility criteria including being over the age of 18.
ITV state when they are ready to begin casting contestants, they will invite applicants to log back into their account to complete and submit a full application form.
Be prepared to have to submit a short video of yourself too as part of the full application.
Applications to join the villa for 2022 are now open (Picture: Nat Morris/ITV)
There doesn’t look to be an official deadline stated for when applicants must register their interest but casting usually begins around January so don’t leave it too long to fill out the form.
For the 2021 show, contestants were also able to apply through popular dating app Tinder.
Swiping right on the Tinder Swipe Card would see users’ Tinder profile be submitted for the team to review and verify.
If they were suitable then Tinder members would be added to a priority list which guaranteed them to be seen by the casting team.
It’s not been confirmed if this process will continue again for 2022.
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